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TUN BKK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OVKMKEK 22. 1012.
7 1 BRIEF CITY NEWS Staok-ralconsr Oo Undertakers. Lighting- rixturss. Uurgs-CTaatn Co. Ha Boot Print It Now Beacon Press. Ballsy, th. Dentist, City Nat'l. D. 2BS6. O. JL. Llndqntst, UUor. 225 Paxton Oik. Diamond Loans at !Va and & per cent. W. U. Platau, ISM Dodge St. Red Sl. S Roscoe for low ratei on diamond niul watch loans. 1S22 Dodge. Adver littment. Paid Up 8oari In Kebraaka Saving nnd lxan Ass'n. are backed by Omaha homes. Semiannual dividends. IBM Par imm street. Slptherla In Dupont JMhool Another rase of dlptherla has been reported In the public schools, a pupil at Dupont hav ing; been taken down with the disease. The Dupont building has been fumigated. Visits StoreotyPe aat The Ad AVrltcrs' club, after the regular meeting Wednesday evening, visited the stereo typing department of the Omaha He to see how that part of the printing- business if handled. Colored Woman Beat to Jail Stella Hrown and Grace Kyans were sentenced to sixty days In the county Jail by Polloe Magistrate Poster for robbing John Rob ortson of $120 last night. Both women were colored. Winter Trarel Is Diaoussed yf. II. Murray, assistant general passenger agent of the Union Pacific, Is In' St. Paul at a meeting of passenger men of trans continental roads, where the question 0f winter travel and tourist rates will be given consideration. Admit Stealing Chickens yilllain King and James F. Moon, arrested by Officers Augho and I.lckert at the Pub lic market, where they were selling two dozen chickens, made written confessions to having "pulled off" the many chicken thefts during the last month. Will Discuss Improvements The Twelfth Ward Progressive club will meet this evening at Magnolia hall, Twenty fourth and Ames avenue, to hear dis cussions on park and boulevard Improve ment. County Commissioner Hartc and City Commissioner Hummel wltl be the principal speaker.. Indians Furnish Bonds Peter Snako and Albert Iowa Crowe, two Indians who were arrested by the government for the alleged Introducing of liquor on the Win nebago reservation and who have been confined In the county Jail for over three weeks secured their release by furnishing bonds of $1,000 each. Mall Clerks Appointed The following men have been appointed railway mall clerks to terve In the Fourteenth division, clarence A. Smith, Osceola, la,: W. Hugo Zlegler, Sutton; Frank W. Hlck oli, Valley; Glen A Bright, Omaha; Keuben A. Faulk, Stromsberg; Harry F, Putnam, Meeteetse, Wyo. Lehman Palimpsest Onest John U AVebster of the Palimpsest club announces that Fred Lehman of St. Louis, former solicitor general of the United States, will be the guest of the club about the first of December, The club on the evening of Mr. Lehman's appearance will be open to women. Grain Bats Hearing- Postponed The case of the Omaha Grain exchange against the Burlington, In which the for mer asks the Burlington and Great North- j cm to publish a Joint rate on grain' from j Hillings and Groat Falls,- Mont., to Omaha which waj-to have, been h,eard by Spe cial Kxamlner'-Heriderson'waB'pos'tpone'a''1 untlj -Saturday. Hibernians to Sanoe Division No. 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians will caYii party and dance oh Monday at Jacobs hall, 1716 Dodge street, will begin at 8:15 o-ciock and at 9:45 o'clock. Prizes will be given for the winners In the card games. Good music will be furnished and the Mder extends an Invitation to all Its friends to Join In the fun. Officials Have Family Reunion A iHtnily meeting of the Northwestern of ficials was held at headquarters yesterday morning. Besides the local men there ueie present; H. W. Byers, assistant Keneral agent nt Chicago; P. S. Battle, teneral agent at Denver and J. O. Clif ford, freight auditor, Chicago. Business naH reported good and according to In dications, the officials expect it to con dime during, the winter. Wants Two Mouths' Pay E. V. Fltt, 'onner assistant city boiler In tpertor, has appealed to the city commission for payment of a debt of $180 alleged due him for services s boiler Inspector during the .months of f the A rlvfcJa. cf evening : Playing dancing Our Greater Corset Section A Corset Dopnrtmcnt Hint is socond to none. You'll find here expert eorsetieres to assist you in selecting the right model. All corsets $2.00 or more fitted free of charge. rORMERLT TUU UEMUKTT COMPANY. lleinoiiMrntioii ami Sale uf Caloric Fireless Cookers All This Work lliiNrnuMtl. j5J With every Caloric Cook Stove sold during the deinonstra J lion, we will sell a $2..")0 set of triple utensils for $1.00 FRIDAY REMNANT SALE affords opportunities for great sayings THE ACCUMULATION OF SHORT LENGTHS FROM A WEEK'S ACTIVE SELLING HAS BEEN ENORMOUS. THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF ALL CLASSES OF MATERIALS, COMPRISING ALL SHORT LENGTHS OF PIECE GOODS IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK, WILL BE OFFERED FRIDAY AT REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS. ATTEND THIS SALE IN THE FORENOON IF POSSIBLE. Remnants of Dress Goods Friday's Sale Insures the Greatest Savings A most extraordinary opportunity to secure material for a new dress, skirt or waist at unusual savings. These remnants are short lengths from our regular stock. 41 85c to $1.35 Values. Friday. , . . Lengths to 8 yards. These will be found on Bargain square marked by the piece. Friday Bargains in Silk Remnants 1 to 15 Yard Lengths rr- Short lengths of $1.00 silks, Friday, the yard 49c Short lengths of. $1.25 silks, Friday, t h e yard 59c Short lengths of $1.50 silks, m !S?f:.!!'.:.o4C "REMNANTS OF: Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries Ribbon Remnants, all widths and lengths, Friday 1 C Bargain '2 Oil 5c and 7Vc Cotton torchon lace, 5 yd. remnants, Friday Bargain, per vard ivZ 3xbc 5c 1()- t'k UmikI KiicIiImk desirable shuileH, Friday ImrKaln, tmch tftr Litre mill ltililtoit trim med plaiting, yitnl lengths Friday bargain KinliroltU'ry, eilKlnK. Insertion, corsot eovor mid snlloon rem- i . nnnts, Fridny liar- QJJ Remnants of Colored Table Linen GOc Colored Table Linen Remnants, 2 ami 21 - yd. (J lengths, Friday special, per yard V "C Remnnnts of Crash Remnants of Ginghams Oc Crash Roinnants, plain and bordered, Friday Bar gain, per 1 ynrd 2t 10c and 12l2c Gingham rem nants, (i to 12 yd. lengths. Friday Bargain, lA per ynrd v2v Remnants of Outing Flannel Thousands of Yards in This Great Lot 8 to 12 yard lengths 12Ac Outing Remnants 8c !10c Outing Remnants 6c Splendid weight, all colors, Friday, per 0 yard Plain and fancy, good weight, Friday, A per ynrd Come early and get First Choice of These Splendid Offerings Men's hlnck nnd colored sevunless liose, Friday Bargain, per pair 8c Out of the Ordinary Savin for Friday on Mtn'a, Women's and Children's Underwear and Hosiery Womn's and children's Cotton liose, black n 1 colored, Friday Uargain, pair. . . . Women's and children's Fleece lined vestn and pants, Friday -j Q Bargain, garment L 1 Men's 30c Klhbed shirts and drawers, Friday Bar gain, per gar- OJf ment ijC Men's $1.35 and ?I.BO Wool Underwear, Friday Bargain, per gar- Q ment J7V rr- 6c 'FRIDAY GROCERY SPECIALS8 20 lbs. nrnnulnted Sugar, for 11.00 Capitol Flour, 4S-lb. sack, for $l.'J0 Our I'rlde Flour, 4S-pound Back $1.:0 10 bars Dlaiitoiid C or Ucnt Km All Soap arte Karly Juno I'eas, can. . . 10c Select Tomatoes, can .10c Best Hand Picked Xavy Beans, lb Ou Sweet Corn, 3 cans .... 25c Van Camp's linked llenns, can liJsC Salmon, 1-lb. tall can ,.10o Cnpltol Haklng Powder, V4- lb. can 10c Best Quality Peanut Butter, bulk, pound 12c Safety Matches, 4or. boxes 5c Best Quality Seeded Uais- Ins, lb. packuge 10c Cleniuil Currants, lb pack- ngo 12!iC Fancy Largo Queen Olives, quart , it.'c Medium Sour Pickles, nt. t)u Sweet Pickles, quart. . . ,2"c Best (Urahani or Oatmeal Crackers, pound ..... 10c Best Soda or Oyster Crack ers, lb 7c Ginger Snaps, lb (to I.emon Cakes, lb !c 15c Assorted Cookies, lb. 12c Our Best Coffss, lb 30o Qoldsn Ooffet, special blond, : aaa Ideal Coffee, lb 35o 70o Assorted Tons, lb 65o 68o Assorted Tens, lb.....4Sc fl-lb. roll Premium Dutterlne fin' .. 4 Bo rull Cream Cheese, lb 03o J Unusual Offerings for Friday Linens and Domestics $1.98 full bod sizo com- $1.25 full size bod spreads, niee pat terns, good weight, Friday special, each, at 98 39c Fanoy linen scarfs, shams and centers, Friday Bpeoinl, each, nt 19c 15c extra large huck towols, red borders, Fridny special, each, nt 10c forts, filled with san itary cotton. Silko lino covers. Friday spocinl, enoh $1.49 $1.39 bod comforts, white cotton filled, good weight, Fridny spocinl, each . ,98c 55c seamed bed shoots, 72x90, Friday only, ench 39c Women's 17A $1.25 Gloves Imported genuine lambskin, 2-clnsp style, oversown sewn. Browns, tnns, greys, nnvy, green, black and white. Friday, special, per pnir, 79c v. .Tune and July, wben the boiler Inspector, It. I. Wolfe, was out ot the city to at tend the funerHl of his father. Mr. Fltt says Wolfif 'hired lilm at the boiler In spector's salary. Wolfe and Fltt will be given a hearing before- tho commission. Steara Is rromoted -James Stears, 2037, Harney street, for Ave years a clerk In the Fourteenth division ot the railway mall service chief clerk's office, has been Kiven a substantial promotion to that of assistant chiefclerk In the superinten dent's office ot the some service. Hlx headquarters In the future will be In tha federal building In Omaha. Stears joined the servlie oven seven years ago, but after serving for about a year and one half he resigned, but shortly afterwards as reinstated. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT THE CATHEDRAL FOR WAKELEV ROBBER'S TRINKETS SOLD Relatives of E. C. Reynold, Shot by Police, Heavy Bidders. REVOLVER GOES TO BROTHER lie Aleu lllila In lliithvTH j-rtinn'n finlil AVntoh nml Slstrrs nnd Mother Come Into Poxeemton of thr Trinkets. Owing to the death of Judge Wakeley, chancellor of the dloce&e of - Nebraska and junior warden of the cathedral, a memorial celebration of the holy com munion will be held at the cathedral at 8 a. m. Sunday. At the 7:30 p. m. service an organ recital will be given by the cathedral organist. We Will Buy 1000 of Dr. Cunningham Wonderful Plasters and Give One Free to lOOO Sufferers in This City Cut Out The Coupon.. The Wonderful Plasters Draw Oat ami Absorb URIC ACID. INFLAMMATION AND POISONS Rheumatism, Lumbago, Cold on Chest, Kidney Trouble, Stomach Pains, Pains in back, tide, hip, shoulders, knee, ankle, foot, elbow, muscled or in any- part of the body must quickly yield to these plaster. FILL OUT THIS COUPON ""JSSS? a'&V01 Brlnr It to our store. Cor. 16th and Farnam Sts., and Bret absolutely free one of Dr, Cunplnrham's wonderful plasters. Value 25c to 60c. I have been troubled with the following- diseases.,.., and want to try plaster for pain In my , Name . Street .- City THIS COUrOK NOT OOOD AFTER, HOT. 35. Coupon (rood only at this ators, and for adults only. Out-of-town people enclose four cents for postage. Sea Professor From t) A. ac to 6:30 P. m. Myers-Dillon Drug Company Cor. 16thand Farnam Sts. Sisters and mother of Kdgar C. Rey nolds, cracksman, burglar and highway man, still grieving over the loss of the wayward son and brother, who was shot to death by police officers last Junuary, gave their small savings yesterday to pur chase cheap Jewels that belonged to him. The Jewelry and other property found upon Reynold's person after his death were sold at public auction In a room In the county building by Murdoch O. Jlac leod, administrator of the robber's ostatel The automatic pistol, a fine polished blue steel engine of death, was sold to Italph I - Reynolds, the 15-year-old brother of the highwayman, for $15, The boy also purchased his dead brother's gold watch, paying $10 for It. Doubtless that pistol struck terror to many a heart when the steady hand of the robber, elbow at side, trained It upon the wayfarer and his eyes, cold and blue no the cold blue of the stepl, gave ad ditional menace to tho command "Hands up." Probably most of the Jewelry old by the administrator was torn from men and women while they looked Into that cold barrel of steel. The property was appraised at U72. It was believed to be worth much more than that. The sale realised but 1176.50. Sheriff McShane made the largest pur chase, giving- 176 for a pair of diamond earrings. Julius V. Reynolds, the aged father of the highwayman, was the only relative not present. He is at the county hospital and was too feeble to go to town, Yet when the grand Jury was in session last spring he was not too feeble to go before the inquisitors and seek Indictment ot the police officers who fatally shot his boy in a running fight. He said he wanted Justice for his son, no matter if he was good or bad, Mrs, H. D. Tyson, Reynolds' mother; II. D, Tyson, his stepfather; his brother Ralph and his two sisters, Mrs. Charles II. Holman and Miss Esther B, Reynolds, remained through the entire sale. All live at 3921 North Twenty-second street. Mr. Tyson did most of the purchasing for the mother and sisters. He bought Jeweled stickpins and rings, a bracelet, a gold cross and chain and other articles, for which there was little bidding. The amounts paid for these ranged from 5 cents to ft. Other bidders bought dia mond cuff buttons for 110, a diamond and pearl brooch for 115. a revolver for $. Sheriff McShane entered the room Just as Administrator Macleod "put up" the diamond earrings. The sheriff said noth ing until $75 was bid. For several min utes It appeared the Jewels would go at that figure, when McShane leaned for ward and bid $76. No one would bid higher, The sheriff opened his wallet, extracted four yellow-backed Wi gold certificates and threw them down before tho cashier. "Where did you make the ralfe?" asked some one wno thought he was a humorist. IIUMMRIAH IIOl'Si: !)()(! KINDS KTOIjKX IIAXjniAa Park Commissioner Hummel hns In curred, the displeasure of the street com missioner nnd Is under the surveillance of police. Hummel protest his Inno cence and has finally transferred the biisplclon largely to IiIn dog, whlqli he declares hft been In the habit of wnn derlng about over the city nnd swiping divers packager) nd bringing them home. Hummel's tiuuble began Wednesdays night, when Mrs. Patrick Swift, 171(1 Hurt had a thief grnb hor handbag containing fcrtW worth of Jewelry. This" morning that Identical handbag was found In Mr. Hummers front ynid. It whs not a very valuable article and so ho picked It up, looked at It, found It empty and tossed It Into the street. When he urilved at his office he saw n story In The Ileo to the effect that such a handbag had been lost He reported to the police mid the street commissioner The former has set detectives to watch Hummel's dog nnd the street commN slonor has Isxued a wurnliiK that no more rubbish must be found In the street In front of the park commissioner's house. Hummel maintains that this time his dog Is Innocent nnd thut the robber must have malli'loiiHly cbs( the hag Into tho official's front yard. IMOXKKR WOMAX 1)1 KH AT TJIH 1IOMK OK II Kit HON Mrs, .leaiiiu'tte K. Chambers, 82 years old, mother of the deputy city comptroller, W. P. Chambers, died yesterday at thb home of her son, 1822 ISvniis street. She had been III for a long time. She leaves three tons W. V. of this city, '. I., of Iiaviiiiport, la., and Prank Cham hern. Two daughters are HvliiKMrs. M. P. .limes of Hot Springs, S, D., and Mrs. John Wilbur of this city. Mrs. Chambers came to Omaha In 1 S7 1 . She was the widow of the late Major William .1, chambers, who was purchas ing agent for tho Department of the Mis souri. Funeral service will be bold from the home of W. F. Chambers Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. An article that has teal merit should In ttmo become popular. That such is the case with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been attested by many dealers. Heta Is one of them. H. W. Hendrlckson, Ohio Falls, Ind writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the best for coughs, colds and croup and Is my best sellor." Por sale by all dealers. Advertisement. 1IOUHIC8 SKMi ran MOHK THAN THKV 1)11) YEAH ACJO "Yes, the mysterious horse disease has entirely stopped Its ravages In Nebraska nnd I suppose everywhere else," said Daniel Chesmann'nf Harlan county, "but It certainly made a horse mnrket for us In this Mate. I watched some ot the horses sell In South Omaha the other day, and I compared prices with those 1 saw last fall, 1 believe good horses on th averago are selling $u0 per head higher than they did nt that time, It lookR a though a man could make some good money buying a load of thin horses this fnll nnd feeding them through the win ter for the market In the spring when the hoi sen Rrn In ?rrut demand for the spring work. Hny will not be so high this winter an It was Inst winter, and corn I am sure will not go quite so high," UVDKR TO TAKR HANI) IN iTAIIj HKOUIiATION A resolution by Commissioner Butler directing that the new system ot ac counting prepared by his department bo nt onco Instituted at the pollen station, to do away with the possibility of fur ther releases of prisoners on forged impels, was postponed by the city com mission, when Ptfllce Commissioner Ryder declared he had some plans of his own he wanted to Incorporate in the "sys tem." Theso plnim will be submitted and discussed at a meeting of the commlUeo of the wholo next Monday. COMMISSIONERS RKOIX COURT HOUSE INSPECTION ' The Board of County Commissioners completed Inspection of the new county building yesterdny. Tho members anld they would begin negotiations for finan cial settlement with Cnldwell A Drake, county building genernl contractors, in the afternoon, Tho board decided to make on final Inspection of the Jail within tho next few days. Then nego tiations for settlement with the Pauly Jnll Building company, Jail contractbr, will be begun. The board has luspeoted tho Jail about a dozen times and still seems unable to reach any decision as to whtthir It Is satisfactory or not. The Persistent and Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. The Persistent and Judicious I'se of N'enspap. r Advertlfin.r l u-- R,i Dullness Succes Our Platform Since 1857, we have stood squarely on the platform of purity. Every bottle of whiskey that leaves our distillery is a fulfillment of the pledge of purity. Every bottle is a fulfillment of our ambition to make , Hiad aid! Bottled In Bond perfect in quality and flavor. Every bottle is a fulfillment of Uncle Sam's idea of a perfectly made, perfectly aged and honestly measured whiskey. Take a bottle home.